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Psychiatry SHO Jobs in Australia and New Zealand

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To Get the Work You Want Investigate the Market for Psychiatry SHO Jobs in Australia and New Zealand

For a doctor considering work it’s important to understand the market in both the public and
private sectors to give yourself the best chance of getting the work you want.

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Follow these 5 Simple Steps to Get Ahead in the Psychiatry SHO Jobs Market

Have you ever considered working in an at-need community? Or maybe spend some time working as a locum doctor to earn some extra income? Well it’s a great time in your career to try something new or working abroad. Alternatively you can focus on accelerating your career but you do need to understand how to give yourself an advantage in the current job market as it’s so saturated.

You have made a great choice by choosing Australasia as a place to work as a Psychiatry SHO with such a variety of options for you to capitalise on. NSW in Australia and the North Island in New Zealand are the largest employers of doctors but there is a great deal of permanent and locum roles available in metro and rural areas. In regards to locum work there is more long term work available in remote areas as the demand is so much higher but there is shorter-term locum work available everywhere. To give yourself the best chance of finding the work that you want make sure you choose an agency that work in all areas of Australia and New Zealand.

1. Know where your demand is

It’s important to recognise where there is work available, how much you can earn and what limitations there are on you.

2. Give the hospitals what they want

Get into the habit of simply supplying paperwork on time to the right people. You can endear yourself to the hiring managers by not being tardy and giving them what they want.

3. Be flexible

The Psychiatry SHO job market is very aggressive so you can open more options for yourself by being flexible in regards to jobs and locations.

4. Keep in contact with your agency

Keep in close contact with your Recruitment Specialist and update them with any changes in your plans so that you are always at the front of the line for the work you want.

5. Realise the benefits of using one agency

You will need to avoid registering with more than one agency as this can actually do more harm than good to your job search. Hospitals have often told us that doctors will miss out on opportunities if they are presented for the same role multiple times from different agencies. When choosing a single agency you can check how many jobs they have available by searching for jobs on the different websites and from this you will see how likely each agency is going to be to find you the work you want.

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